By Holly Reisem Hanna
It seems they’re at it again …
Last June I covered a story about a work at home scam called Easy Google Profits. The advertisements that were circulated for this scam, looked exactly like legitimate newspaper publications and blogs, telling the story of some fictitious person who recently lost their job and was now working from home with a system called Easy Google Profits. The articles explained how these people were now able to make a handsome income every month just by posting links on Google.
After months of this work at home scam being advertised on the web and thousands of people being taken advantage of, Google finally took legal action against Pacific Web Works for using the company’s name and logo to promote fraudulent work at home opportunities.
The promotions for the scam went away and a sigh of relief was uttered, that is until now. Once again on I was on Alexa.com looking at their “Hot URLs” when I came across an article titled, “Work At Home Mom Makes $8,795/Month Part-Time”. Knowing that this sounded much like the previous work at home scam I clicked on the link to find out more.
The advertisements for this scam are meant to look like authentic newspaper articles coming from your hometown. In this new series, the story is about Austin resident, Kelly Richards, a typical mom who lost her job last year and after an unsuccessful job hunt she started working at home with this new system called Home Income Profit System. (more…)
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